Researchers at Technion developed a new 4D electron microscope, the first of it’s kind in Israel and one of the few in the world.
“Packages” released by bilharzia parasites may hold the key to better diagnosis and treatment, and may point to new ways of treating autoimmune disorders
The bacterial lodgers in cancer cells may hinder or help treatment
In normal sleep states, sounds fail to penetrate brain regions mediating consciousness and memory, and this natural disconnection is caused by low noradrenaline activity, say TAU researchers
Israeli professor’s invention can essentially ‘recharge’ a disposable mask so it can be used again and again.
‘The world’s best brains have come together to beat this thing’: Interview with Prof. Dina Ben-Yehuda, head of the hematology department at Hadassah Medical Center and dean of The Hebrew University medical school
Researchers at BGU have developed a system that could help planners work out where best to place solar panels on urban rooftops for maximum solar energy.
Technion innovators claim “with our material you only need to spray once, and protection stays for several months.”
Zuckerman Faculty Scholar Yoav Shechtman and Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholar Lucien Weiss, re-engineered an existing imagining machine of high value, creating a new machine that produces 3D images of 1,000 cells per minute.
Imaging method could help doctors select the highest-quality sperm for injection into the egg, increasing IVF treatment’s chances of success.
“This serological platform provides a powerful analytical tool that will benefit current and future research in understanding the immune response to COVID-19”